Manchester City's new signing Gabriel Jesus already has a special portfolio of goals.
The 19-year-old Brazilian striker shone for Palmeiras in 2016 as his club lifted the Brasileiro for the first time since 1994. Jesus also claimed the Bola de Ouro, the award given to the standout player in Brazilian domestic football.
His fifth best strike came with a curled effort against Joinville. Sao Bento were the victims for Jesus' fourth best Palmeiras goal as the striker rifled the ball in off the bar.
Next was his effort was against Cruzeiro in which he bamboozled both defender and goalkeeper before rolling the ball in to an empty net. Then comes his effort against Rio Claro in which he cuts in from the left and curls past a helpless goalkeeper.
Finally, the star of the show is his strike against XV De Piracicaba. An audacious lob from over 30 yards demonstrated all the qualities that have made Jesus such a hotly discussed talent.